16:02 < Ronen_RIPENCC> Hi everyone, I'm Ronen Preisler from the RIPE NCC. If you have questions/comments for the presenter and want me to read it out, please state your name/affiliation and I'll go to the mic when questions are called for. Keep in mind that there is a 30 second delay for remote participants, so it's better to get your questions in before the question period begins. Please note that all chat transcripts will be archived and made available [CUT]
16:07 < bittin> work is done here time to head home and wait for next plenary 🙂
16:08 < amd2-ripe> bittin: .. but next plenary is now ..
16:09 < alisonw> (aka ten minutes ago)
16:09 < alisonw> Has anyone *ever* been to a tech conference where sessions started on time? I don't believe it happens ...
16:10 < amd2-ripe> I've tried being ahead of schedule a few times
16:10 < amd2-ripe> it feels kinda funny
16:10 < alisonw> ... and we're back
16:11 < Ronen_RIPENCC> Paul Ebersman, Comcast, has begun the presentation “What’s So Hard About DNSSEC?”
16:12 < alisonw> camera up slightly ... ah, never mind
16:17 < alisonw> IP address? About five seconds ago ...
16:27 < greg_25091> hi
16:32 < Ronen_RIPENCC> Paul Ebersman has asked for questions.
16:39 < alisonw> :: applauds question on registrars ::
16:40 < job> unlike with internet providers in some regions, with registars you often can just choose another one.
16:40 < Ronen_RIPENCC> The presentation has ended.
16:40 < Ronen_RIPENCC> Erik Bais, A2B Internet, has begun the presentation “The Naughty Port Project”.
16:41 < alisonw> theoretically. I've mostly been with the same set of registrars for *years* though and would worry aout wholesale moves
16:41 < job> i dont think your worry is justified 🙂
16:45 < mickod-2110> sounds familiar
16:46 < job> especially with large volume, i think there are plenty of registars that happily help you move the domains
16:46 < job> to win your business
16:46 < mickod-2110> "Peering partners that you typically don't ship traffic to/from unless there's a ddos attack"
16:46 < mickod-2110> have seen quite a bit of that recently
16:47 < Ronen_RIPENCC> @job Do you want me to read this out?
16:47 < job> Ronen_RIPENCC, no thank you. i was just replying to a comment in this chat window. thank you for the offer though!
16:48 < Ronen_RIPENCC> @job thank you for clarifying
16:56 < teh> It's slowly creeping up in temperature in the main room
16:56 < Aziraphale> question for Erik: isn't the EU net neutrality directive specifically designed to prevent these shenanigans?
16:57 < Ronen_RIPENCC> @Aziraphale Could you tell me your name and organisation please?
16:57 < Aziraphale> Sascha Luck, not organised
16:57 < Ronen_RIPENCC> Thank you, I will read your comment out when the presenter asks for questions.
17:05 < Ronen_RIPENCC> Erik Bais has asked for questions.
17:10 < Ronen_RIPENCC> The presentation has ended.
17:10 < Ronen_RIPENCC> Phil Roberts has started the lightning talk “Cryptech Update”.
17:16 < Ronen_RIPENCC> Phil Roberts has asked for questions.
17:17 < Ronen_RIPENCC> The presentation has ended.
17:17 < Ronen_RIPENCC> Lu Heng has started the lightning talk “Invisibly Hijacking”.
17:19 < brian-1213> I want all of the RIPE LT speakers to come to TNC and see how LTs are done there.
17:19 < brian-1213> Time you take to get to the stage is almost taken out of your 5 minutes.
17:25 < Ronen_RIPENCC> Lu Heng has asked for questions.
17:32 < Ronen_RIPENCC> The presentation has ended.
17:32 < Ronen_RIPENCC> Geoff Huston has started the lightning talk “Zombies”.
17:35 < alisonw> I bet the unique DNS name gets spam within fifteen seconds though :O
17:41 < Ronen_RIPENCC> The presentation has ended.
17:42 < bittin> will tune back to the stream later listning to atm
17:42 < Ronen_RIPENCC> Patrik Falstrom has started the lightning talk “DNS Issues Exist in the Wild”.
17:47 < Ronen_RIPENCC> The presentation has ended and this session has now ended.
17:47 < teh> Thanks to all the speakers S:)
17:47 < teh> -S